Comfort Inn & Suites Yuma
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Very nice accommodations. The hotel is very clean and staff is very friendly. Easy access from Interstate 8. Highly recommend.
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Today our morning temperatures in New Mexico were 33 degrees, with ice on the windshield of the truck. At noon in Phoenix, AZ it was in the low 90's and by the time we arrived in Yuma, AZ this evening it was in the HIGH 90's. What a crazy temperature fluctuation! The drive from Flagstaff, AZ south on I17 was beautiful. …
... January 4
Now that we have been here for a couple of days it was time to see some of the attractions. Pivot Point is a starting point to wander along the shore of the Colorado River and some of the areas historical sites. The Territorial Prison State Park and Quartermasters State Park are both in walking distance. Since it was later in the afternoon we decided not to pay the entrance fee to the prison and instead walked over to the Quartermaster compound which was free ...
... at 10 stories tall, and holds 132,000 cubic feet of hot air! He's a bit chunky at nearly 700 lbs, but loves to float around the friendly skies. He was proudly built by Cameron Balloons in 2004. He is truly the most well-traveled beaver in the world and loves to be invited to events in the U.S. and abroad. Read his whole story ...
... heading on the southern route to California chasing gold or a new future had to pass through Yuma to cross the river. What I had come to notice was how pitiful the river was. The Colorado river was once wild, it had carved the Grand Canyon, but now it's just a trickle on what it use to be. The park I walked along on the river front was once the riverbed. The river has been so dammed it's pretty much a creek. It ...
We we went back out into the high desert today, to a place called One Eye Mine.
Big Eye Mine was named for being the “eye” of the thumb in Thumb Peak . This cabin was a home for the men once worked the mine. They took the gold ore from the earth helped load it into trucks. The trucks then took the gold ore to the rail road station ...